Could you give examples of neurotic behaviour and what is has to do with an INTJ thinking he knows a subject better than others? Couldn't it just be self-confidence?And that's false, especially when they are unaware of their severe neurotic behavior. They don't know themselves very well, and especially their own limits.
And I disagree with you regarding the "not knowing their own limits"-thing. INTJs know their limits, which is why they steer clear of any subjects they don't know sufficiently well.
And you're calling INTJs arrogant?When you challenge an immature INTJ, chances are he won't even understand why and when his reasonings are faulty, no matter how absurd or ridiculous they are. Trying to explain them is simply a waste of time.
You're critizing INTJs for trying to educate you, or have I misunderstood something?You know, the INTJ-forum is the only place where I have found kids who tried to teach me botany and landscape theory. But the most astounding fact is that they were dead serious about it. An INTP would have used bad faith instead, and would have shown it clearly. But INTJs are not aware of these subtleties.